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Gove hails ‘significant personal achievement’ for May after Brexit deal – The Guardian

She said she still believed that staying in single market and customs union was the only sensible option and argued any special arrangements for Northern Ireland must be available to other UK nations.

“As the talks now move on to a discussion about Britain’s future relationship with the European Union, Theresa May must seriously reflect on her approach to the negotiations so far. We cannot have another year of chaos and confusion or the farcical scenes we saw earlier on in the week that put jobs and the economy at risk.”

Michael Gove




Michael Gove says any Brexit supporter should be delighted the UK will be free from the ECJ, single market and customs union.
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The most senior leave supporter not to give an immediate reaction was Boris Johnson, the foreign secretary, who told May on Thursday that a deal must work for the whole of the UK.

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